WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Lucas Oil Stadium has established a Guest Conduct Policy and set of rules that will allow everyone in attendance at the stadium to enjoy all aspects of Saturday's Purdue-Notre Dame game. Any violations of these rules could result in immediate ejection from the stadium.
At each of the entry points into the facility, ticket takers and searchers will complete a search for beverages, firearms, laser pointers, outside promotional items, prohibited signs/flags/banners and video cameras. Any items that fans attempt to bring in the facility will either be confiscated or the fan will be asked to return the items to their automobiles or hotel rooms. During the ingress period, a voice loop will be playing outside the stadium stating what items are prohibited.
Special note: Large purses or backpacks are not permitted.
To read the Guest Conduct Policy and list of Items Not Permitted in Lucas Oil Stadium, as well as the Security Plan, click here.
The Boilermakers take on the Fighting Irish at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Purdue and Notre Dame last met in the capital city of Indiana on Sept. 8, 1984, for the dedication of the Colts' former home facility, the Hoosier Dome. Purdue upset eighth-ranked Notre Dame 23-21 in front of 60,672 fans.
Following the 2014 game, the Boilermakers and the Fighting Irish will next meet Sept. 19, 2020, at Purdue. The teams subsequently will play Sept. 18, 2021, at Notre Dame; Sept. 14, 2024, at Purdue; Sept. 13, 2025, at Notre Dame; and in 2026 on a date and at a neutral site location to be determined.